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Howard Lederer Joins Poker Players Alliance Board


The Poker Players Alliance (PPA), a grassroots organization of 27,000 American poker players, has announced that Howard Lederer, world-renowned poker all-star, will join the PPA board of directors.

"I am thrilled that Howard has agreed to join our board," stated Michael Bolcerek, president of the Poker Players Alliance. "Howard's reputation within the poker community and his ongoing efforts on behalf of our organization and poker players to defend the game from attacks by Congress and others make him a great addition to the board."

Lederer will be joining other prestigious PPA board members including Linda Johnson, Greg Dinkin, Mary Magazine, and Jan Fisher.

In April of this year, Lederer teamed up with the PPA and fellow poker players Chris Ferguson and Greg Raymer, meeting with members of Congress and educating them about the game of poker and why attempts to ban the game online are misguided.

In accepting his position on the board, Lederer said, "The Poker Players Alliance's mission is critically important as the game has increasingly come under attack. The challenge of promoting and protecting poker is the reason I joined the PPA as a member and wanted to get personally involved by joining the PPA board of directors.

"Poker is under attack by Congress, and I believe that all poker players should join the PPA and tell Capitol Hill that we do not want the Federal government to ban an American tradition that we love," added Lederer.

Discovering his passion for poker as a result of his love for chess, Howard Lederer became part of a circle of world-class games players who were the first to experiment with no-limit hold 'em when it was first introduced in New York City. In order to take his game to the next level, Lederer moved to Las Vegas in 1993. Once in Vegas, he began to work with his sister, Annie Duke, to help her develop her game.

In 1994, Lederer and Duke made poker history as the first brother and sister duo to make the same final table at the World Series of Poker (WSOP). Since then, Lederer has been a consistent and formidable player on the world poker circuit.

The Poker Players Alliance is a non- profit organization advocating on behalf of American poker players.
The Poker Players Alliance (PPA), a grassroots organization of 27,000 American poker players, has announced that Howard Lederer, world-renowned poker all-star, will join the PPA board of directors.

"I am thrilled that Howard has agreed to join our board," stated Michael Bolcerek, president of the Poker Players Alliance. "Howard's reputation within the poker community and his ongoing efforts on behalf of our organization and poker players to defend the game from attacks by Congress and others make him a great addition to the board."

Lederer will be joining other prestigious PPA board members including Linda Johnson, Greg Dinkin, Mary Magazine, and Jan Fisher.

In April of this year, Lederer teamed up with the PPA and fellow poker players Chris Ferguson and Greg Raymer, meeting with members of Congress and educating them about the game of poker and why attempts to ban the game online are misguided.

In accepting his position on the board, Lederer said, "The Poker Players Alliance's mission is critically important as the game has increasingly come under attack. The challenge of promoting and protecting poker is the reason I joined the PPA as a member and wanted to get personally involved by joining the PPA board of directors.

"Poker is under attack by Congress, and I believe that all poker players should join the PPA and tell Capitol Hill that we do not want the Federal government to ban an American tradition that we love," added Lederer.

Discovering his passion for poker as a result of his love for chess, Howard Lederer became part of a circle of world-class games players who were the first to experiment with no-limit hold 'em when it was first introduced in New York City. In order to take his game to the next level, Lederer moved to Las Vegas in 1993. Once in Vegas, he began to work with his sister, Annie Duke, to help her develop her game. In 1994, Lederer and Duke made poker history as the first brother and sister duo to make the same final table at the World Series of Poker (WSOP). Since then, Lederer has been a consistent and formidable player on the world poker circuit.

The Poker Players Alliance is a non- profit organization advocating on behalf of American poker players.


 

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